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South Donahue is intended for Athletes, but since this is illegal, they allow 51% to be regular student body. It will be impossible for a freshman to get into the new dorm at this point in the summer. Selection will be based on seniority, as will The Village.
The hill is bigger and newer and by newer I mean it was built in the 70's so its not really new but the quad is extremely old ( that's where I lived) however, it's very close to the student and haley center which is nice. Most people usually want the quad because of the location just make sure you rent carpet for your dorm because the tile floors are nasty!
You'll get a kitchenette (microwave and full fridge). You will not have an oven or stove, but the odds are you'll have a community kitchen downstairs with an oven. Laundry will be on the bottom floor also. Your room will not come with a television. You'll have to bring that. All of this can be found on the Auburn Housing website.
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Written by Jordan Luke
While students mostly agree that living in the dorms isn’t a luxury, they do say that spending at least your freshman year there is a good experience. Students with experience in the dorms claim that the Quad and the brand-new Village are the best choices, while the Hill and the Extension are not up to par.
The Quad, Hill, and the Village are mostly coed but have a few all-girl buildings. The Village is brand new apartment-style dorms and is located right on campus near the football stadium and Coliseum. If you chose to live in the dorms, make sure to apply early to ensure a spot. Dorms tend to fill up very quickly, and off-campus housing is not always a guarantee. The fight for housing in Auburn can get pretty intense.
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